The Bay State Monthly — Volume 1, No. 6, June, 1884 eBook

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at the shrines of despots and demagogues, let the pillars of creation tremble! let world be wrecked on world, and systems rush to ruin!—­Let the sons of Europe be vassals; let her hosts of nations be a vast congregation of slaves; but let us, who are this day FREE, whose hearts are yet unappalled, and whose right arms are yet nerved for war, assemble before the hallowed temple of Columbian Freedom, AND SWEAR, TO THE GOD OF OUR FATHERS, TO PRESERVE IT SECURE, OR DIE AT ITS PORTALS!

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FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL,

MADISON SQUARE, NEW YORK.

THE LARGEST, BEST APPOINTED, AND MOST LIBERALLY MANAGED HOTEL IN THE CITY, WITH THE MOST CENTRAL AND DELIGHTFUL LOCATION.

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STANLEY & USHER,

BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS

171 DEVONSHIRE STREET,

TELEPHONE NO. 1211.  BOSTON.

We would call the attention of Authors and Publishers to our excellent facilities for Book Work (composition, electrotyping, and printing).  Estimates cheerfully given.

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REDUCTION OF FARE TO NEW YORK VIA FALL RIVER LINE.

FOR FIRST-CLASS ONLY $3.00 LIMITED TICKETS.

Special Express leaves BOSTON from OLD COLONY STATION week days at 6 P.M.; Sundays at 7 P.M., connecting at FALL RIVER (49 miles in 75 minutes) with the famous steamers PILGRIM and BRISTOL.  Annex steamers connect at wharf in New York for Brooklyn and Jersey City.  Tickets, State-rooms, and Berths secured at No. 3 Old State House, corner of Washington and State Streets, and the Old Colony Station.

L.H.  PALMER, Agent, 3 Old State House.

J.R.  KENDRICK, Gen’l Manager.

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THE BRUNSWICK,

BOYLSTON AND CLARENDON STREETS, BOSTON.

BARNES & DUNKLEE, Proprietors.

The finest situation, the most magnificent appointments, the most superb cuisine.

The conduct of this famous house is in every respect faultless.  For comfort, convenience, and elegance it is unequaled in the city for either a temporary sojourn or a winter home 1819.—­COLORS PERFECTLY FAST.—­1884.

THE OLD AND RELIABLE

Staten Island Dyeing Establishment,

7 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON, MASS.

Dye and Cleanse Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Garments whole in a very superior manner.  Silk, Cotton, and Woolen Dyeing in every variety.  Dry French Cleaning a specialty.  Laces beautifully done.  Orders by Express promptly executed.

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THE NEW LACING, “HERCULES.”

[Illustration:  trademarks]

PAGE BELTING COMPANY,

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